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UGC NET RESULT 2018, CUT OFF

  • After the announcement of result probably in the month of September 2018 for the June 2018 examination, candidates can check their results from the official website of UGC NET by clicking on the appropriate link.
  • To get the result, candidates will have to enter their roll number, and DOB.
  • After entering these details under the appropriate tab, candidates will have to click on the submit button. The resulting page will show the roll number, the name of the candidate, subject taken.
  • These details will be given as a table and follow these details there will be another table that shows the marks obtained by the candidates in Paper I, II and II along with the total.
  • The maximum marks for each paper and also the percentage secured by the candidate can also be found on the result page.

UGC NET 2018 Cut-off:

  • To qualify in Paper I, Paper II, and Paper III of the UGC NET June 2018, candidates will have to gain the following minimum percentage of marks:
  1. In the case of general category candidates, they should secure 40 marks or 40% each in the paper I and II and 75 marks or 50% in paper III.
  2. In the case of reserved category candidates, they should secure at least 35 marks or 35% in the paper I and II and 60 marks or 40% in Paper III.
  • Amongst the candidates clearing the test papers with the minimum percentage of marks as stated above, a merit list of candidates will be prepared separate for each subject and also for each category. This merit list will be prepared using the aggregate marks of all three papers secured by the candidates.
  • Top 15% candidates from the merit list from each subject and each category will be declared as qualified in NET test for recruitment to the Assistant Professor position alone.
  • Then, a separate merit list will be prepared for the award of Junior Research Fellowship from among the candidates qualified in NET on the basis of the merit list prepared.
  • Out of the candidates, who have qualified for Assistant Professor Position, those applied for JRF are alone considered for the awarding of slots available for JRF. The method followed for allocation of slots for JRF differ from one subject to another and one category to another as given below:
  • The UGC offers a least of 3200 fellowships in each UGC-NET test. As per the reservation policy of Government of India, a least of 3%, 7.5%, 15% and 27% respectively of fellowships are reserved for PWD candidates, ST, SC, OBC (non-creamy layer) candidates. According to this rule, the category wise slots available for each category is as per the table is given below:

Category

Number of Fellowships

Percentage

PWD

96

3%

ST

240

7.5%

SC

480

15%

OBC (non-creamy layer)

864

27%

General (unreserved)

1520

47.5%

Total

3200

 
  • The calculation will be done on the basis of the ratio of the number of candidates, who have opted for JRF and were qualified for lectureship eligibility in each subject
  • According to the category to the total number of candidates qualified for lectureship, who have opted for JRF in that specific category overall all subjects, multiplied by the total number of fellowships to be awarded to that specific category. 
  • The closest whole number obtained as per this formula provides the number of slots available in any specific subject for each category.
  • On the basis of this method, in case, the number of JRF slots obtained for any subject in a specific category is less than one, it is taken as 1, which means at least one JRF is awarded, wherever a fraction less than one is obtained on the basis of this method. Nevertheless, for fractions that are greater than one, the figure is rounded off to the closest whole number.
  • The aggregate percentage of all three papers corresponding to the number of JRF slots arrive at as described by the formula above is considered as the cut-off percentage for awarding JRF for any specific subject category wise.

UGC NET December 2015 cut-off:

  • With an idea of the previous cut-off, candidates can somewhat judge the cut-off for the June 2018 examination. Here are the tables that shows the cut-off percentage for each subject category-wise:
  • Economics: Subject Code: 001

JRF

Assistant Professor

UR

OBC

SC

ST

PWD

UR

OBC

SC

ST

PWD

68

63.43

58.86

57.14

57.14

64.57

61.71

57.14

58.29

54.29

  • Political Science: Subject Code: 002

JRF

Assistant Professor

UR

OBC

SC

ST

PWD

UR

OBC

SC

ST

PWD

64.57

61.71

57.14

58.29

54.29

60

53.14

50.86

52

50.29

  • Philosophy: Subject Code: 003

JRF

Assistant Professor

UR

OBC

SC

ST

PWD

UR

OBC

SC

ST

PWD

65.14

61.71

58.29

56

52

59.43

53.71

52.57

49.71

48

  • Psychology: Subject Code: 004

JRF

Assistant Professor

UR

OBC

SC

ST

PWD

UR

OBC

SC

ST

PWD

65.71

60.57

61.14

54.86

53.14

61.14

53.14

51.43

50.29

48.57

  • Sociology: Subject Code: 005

JRF

Assistant Professor

UR

OBC

SC

ST

PWD

UR

OBC

SC

ST

PWD

67.43

63.43

60.57

60.57

61.14

62.86

56

53.14

54.29

53.14

  • History: Subject Code: 006

JRF

Assistant Professor

UR

OBC

SC

ST

PWD

UR

OBC

SC

ST

PWD

60

57.71

54.29

53.71

53.14

57.14

51.43

49.14

50.29

49.71

  • Anthropology: Subject Code: 007

JRF

Assistant Professor

UR

OBC

SC

ST

PWD

UR

OBC

SC

ST

PWD

71.43

68

61.14

64.57

64

65.14

58.86

58.86

50.29

54.86

  • Commerce: Subject Code: 008

JRF

Assistant Professor

UR

OBC

SC

ST

PWD

UR

OBC

SC

ST

PWD

64

57.71

55.43

54.29

53.14

59.43

51.43

50.29

49.71

49.71

  • Education : Subject Code: 009

JRF

Assistant Professor

UR

OBC

SC

ST

PWD

UR

OBC

SC

ST

PWD

61.71

57.71

54.29

53.71

52.57

57.71

51.43

49.71

50.29

48.57

  • Social Work: Subject Code: 010

JRF

Assistant Professor

UR

OBC

SC

ST

PWD

UR

OBC

SC

ST

PWD

68.57

64.57

61.14

61.14

57.14

62.29

56

53.71

56

52

  • Similar to these 10 papers, each paper had a specific cut-off for the year 2015.
  • This will give an idea to the test takers about the cut-off score they can expect for their subject in UGC NET June 2018.

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